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Posted Friday, July 20th 2018

Bristol Sport proud to support Valley Fest

Bristol Sport are proud to support Valley Fest, a unique festival on the outskirts of the city, during August.

The family-friendly festival, set within the stunning Somerset countryside, boasts a beautiful backdrop of Chew Valley Lake and has been running since 2014.

Sustainability, provenance of food and caring for the land are key ingredients of the event, which takes place on a working organic farm.

As well as live music from the likes of Rae Morris, My Baby and St Paul and the Broken Bones, children and adults can meet the farm animals, pick vegetables, take part in cookery workshops and learn skills such as fermenting.

Sharing food together is part of the ethos, with a fancy dress banquet on Friday night, a giant Midnight Feast on the Saturday and a Sunday Picnic involving Michelin starred chefs like Josh Eggleton.

Full adult weekend tickets cost just £110, little ones aged two and under go free, and kids’ tickets start at £15.

To find out more about the event, that takes place between 3-5 August, click here.

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